subWrite

This method prints text from the current position in the same way as Write()

Informations

Author: Wirus
License: FPDF

Description

This method prints text from the current position in the same way as Write(). An additional parameter allows to reduce or increase the font size; it's useful for initials. A second parameter allows to specify an offset so that text is placed at a superscripted or subscripted position.

subWrite(float h, string txt [, mixed link [, float subFontSize [, float subOffset]]])

h: line height
txt: string to print
link: URL or identifier returned by AddLink()
subFontSize: size of font in points (12 by default)
subOffset: offset of text in points (positive means superscript, negative subscript; 0 by default)

Source

<?php require('fpdf.php'); class PDF extends FPDF { function subWrite($h, $txt, $link='', $subFontSize=12, $subOffset=0) { // resize font $subFontSizeold = $this->FontSizePt; $this->SetFontSize($subFontSize); // reposition y $subOffset = ((($subFontSize - $subFontSizeold) / $this->k) * 0.3) + ($subOffset / $this->k); $subX = $this->x; $subY = $this->y; $this->SetXY($subX, $subY - $subOffset); //Output text $this->Write($h, $txt, $link); // restore y position $subX = $this->x; $subY = $this->y; $this->SetXY($subX, $subY + $subOffset); // restore font size $this->SetFontSize($subFontSizeold); } } ?>

Example

<?php require('subwrite.php'); $pdf=new PDF(); $pdf->AddPage(); $pdf->SetFont('Arial', 'B', 12); $pdf->Write(5, 'Hello World!'); $pdf->SetX(100); $pdf->Write(5, "This is standard text.\n"); $pdf->Ln(12); $pdf->subWrite(10, 'H', '', 33); $pdf->Write(10, 'ello World!'); $pdf->SetX(100); $pdf->Write(10, "This is text with a capital first letter.\n"); $pdf->Ln(12); $pdf->subWrite(5, 'Y', '', 6); $pdf->Write(5, 'ou can also begin the sentence with a small letter. And word wrap also works if the line is too long!'); $pdf->SetX(100); $pdf->Write(5, "This is text with a small first letter.\n"); $pdf->Ln(12); $pdf->Write(5, 'The world has a lot of km'); $pdf->subWrite(5, '2', '', 6, 4); $pdf->SetX(100); $pdf->Write(5, "This is text with a superscripted letter.\n"); $pdf->Ln(12); $pdf->Write(5, 'The world has a lot of H'); $pdf->subWrite(5, '2', '', 6, -3); $pdf->Write(5, 'O'); $pdf->SetX(100); $pdf->Write(5, "This is text with a subscripted letter.\n"); $pdf->Output(); ?>
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http://www.fpdf.org/en/script/script61.php, zuletzt abgerufen 02.10.2016 14:04